- UNStudio 62.5%
- Diller Scofidio + Renfro 25%
- LOT-EK 25%
- Asymptote 12.5%
- Hariri & Hariri 12.5%
01:: Design Observer
This blog is our overall favorite Design blog. The design is clean, the editing is superlative and the content is always enticing.
This is one of our overall favorite blogs for design, content, navigation and features.
Another one of our top destinations for design folly is this fine blog. Let us face it the Swiss can flat out design.
A daily photo blog that offers plenty of eye candy for your design desires.
05:: David Report blog
This is perhaps the best written blog in our survey. The opinions and discourse are always worth the read.
06:: Design Sojourn
Yet another well-written eye-catching design that is well worth visiting.
Always an interesting French blog that always seems to capture our attention.
This is a straight-forward and concise blog featuring Architecture and Design among other things.
Well-rounded and robust another must have bookmark in your search of design.
10:: Design Milk
If you are into eye catching blogs with a diverse focus on design, then you have arrived.
11:: Core 77 Design Blog
Core 77 is a visually stunning blog whose main focus is on industrial design.
This is an interesting Architecture + Design blog featuring a well-crafted dark theme and ease of navigation.
This selection is a quirky, uniquely designed blog featuring all facets of design.
14:: things magazine
This intriguing blog is crafty in its writing and always makes us wonder why did not come up with the idea first. Tangential thinking never looked so good.
15:: Cool Hunting
Number fifteen features a well-designed blog that features all aspects of design.
Curbly is an easy to navigate, well-edited blog featuring commentary and insight into design.
If it is happening in Central or Eastern Europe and it is design related it is featured here.
An interesting Spanish blog that features a wide-range of design posts.
A daily zine featuring photos, links and a plethora of other design related items for one to peruse.
Do not let the economy of the design fool you. The content is top-notch and the links are always worth a look.
Please forgive our lack of posts. Our editor has been on vacation and is studying and taking the Architects Registration Exam (A.R.E.). A subject that may be featured as an in-depth series in the near future. Now we would like to take care of a bit of housekeeping. In April we reported on a new periodical from Spain entitled, “a+t“. In our post we stated that “DBook” released by them featured only Dutch architecture. This was incorrect and we regret the error. This title features architecture from around Europe and is not solely focused on the Netherlands.
The Storefront for Art and Architecture is taking its show on the road and is currently in London through July 27, 2008. See the exhibition poster below for details:
Less than one week after a devastating fire engulfed the TU-Delft Architecture School, we have learned of yet another blaze. Today in Berlin, Germany the home of the Berlin Philharmonic has caught fire. Unlike its counterpart in the Netherlands it appears as though the fire was caught in time and has saved the structure. The New York Times reported that workers had been welding on the predominantly metal roof before the fire but there is no indication as yet to its source.
The orchestra has been playing in the Philharmonic Hall at Kemperplatz since 1963. The original structure was designed by Hans Scharoun, and later was added to in 1987 to include the adjoining Chamber Music Hall.